Dead Sea Mud Mask For Men? Yes of course, why not? Anyone who thinks that just because we are male we should be ok with walking around with visibly sore, flaky, broken and generally non-moisturised skin and doing nothing about it, is sexist. Sorry folks but the truth hurts!
Dead Sea Mud Mask For Men – Stop The Pain!
You should start using a non-peal (it won’t hurt this way) mud mask to remove excess oil, dirt, dead skin cells, and other debris that loves to clog up your pores. Sure, mud masks reduce the appearance of your pores, remove and prevent blackheads, and hydrate your skin. But the benefits of mud/face masks for men go far beyond that. If this isn’t enough blurb to convince you, we have a blog that rattles on a bit more about the benefits of mud masks for men.
Dead Sea Mud Mask For Men? Top Tip: We recommend that you try the Mucky Basturd Dead Sea Mineral Mud as a face or body mask, by applying and leaving on the problematic (10-12 minutes) skin area to dry, then rinsing off and moisturising to leave your skin with a refreshing feeling and glow. A mud mask can be a little messy, our recommendation is to wash it off in the shower for ease.
Dead Sea Mud Mask For Men? – Our Mud Mask Being Reviewed On YouTube
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Dead Sea Mud Mask For Men – Background: The Dead Sea is the most saline body of water in the world with far greater concentrations of minerals than any ocean (a concentration of 32% minerals compared to other seas, holding approximately 3%). Bromides and Iodine are present in the Dead Sea, including other minerals such as Magnesium, Sodium, Calcium and Potassium. All these minerals work together as regulators of cell activity and daily functioning, relieving muscular pain and stabilising fluid levels in the body. Used in 5* spa treatments worldwide to reduce the symptoms of dry sensitive skin, acne, eczema and psoriasis. The added Siberian Ginseng Extract smoothes and also tightens sagging skin.
Related Blog Post – Can guys use face masks? Yes, to think otherwise is sexist!